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JDS Industries Announces String of New Hires and Promotions

Company adds two web developers to IT department.




JDS Industries (Sioux Falls, SD), a wholesale supplier for the sign industry, has announced two new hires and three promotions.

Both Connor Abbas and Sanil Khamkar joined the company on June 23 as e-commerce developers in the IT department. Abbas earned his degree in computer programming from Southeast Technical Institute and has experience in web design making custom tools, web interfaces and applications. Khamkar recently earned his master’s degree in computer science and has collected two years of web development experience.

Megan Rolfson has been promoted to the position of accuracy specialist. She joined the company’s customer service team in 2011 and was promoted to customer service fabrication specialist in 2017. She will begin her new role as accuracy specialist on Sept. 7.

Ashley Phillips has been promoted to the position of buyer in the purchasing department. She began her career with JDS in customer service in February of 2019 and was promoted to accuracy specialist in the transportation/purchasing department in September of 2020. Phillips started her new duties as buyer on July 26 of this year.

Teri Bruce has been promoted to credit analyst in the accounting department. She began her career with JDS in customer service and has spent the majority of her time with the company as a collections representative. Bruce began transitioning to her new role as credit analyst on Aug. 25.


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